Top 5 IKEA Furniture Tips

»Posted by on Nov 5, 2013 in Granite Countertops Blog, Home Improvement | 0 comments

If you’ve bought some IKEA furniture you’ve made a very wise decision. IKEA is excellent quality and you got a lot for your money. But now you’ve got to get it , right? If you’ve decided to assemble it yourself, we’ve got some tips for you to help you do as near-perfect a job as possible. Give yourself plenty of space. Unpack everything, take inventory, and label any items that otherwise you might not recognize immediately. This will save you time later. It’s also a good idea to perform the assembly process near where the item is going to go. This will prevent possible damage in moving it. Read the instruction carefully at least times. IKEA spends a lot of money trying to make their instructions clear, correct and...

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Kitchen Decor Trends For 2013

»Posted by on Jul 17, 2013 in Granite Countertops Blog, Kitchen Design | 0 comments

If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, then you probably care about keeping it looking great. All of that chopping, sautéing, kneading, and baking, after all, is a lot more pleasant when it’s done in a nice, well-designed kitchen. Even cleaning up all of the cooking messes is better when done in a trendy, great looking, top-of-the-line kitchen. Whether your budget is big or small, there are always things you can do to update your kitchen decor. Below are some of the biggest trends in kitchen design and decorating for 2013. Pick your favorite and get started! Keep it classic with black and white. A black and white color scheme may sound a little bit old fashioned or even boring, but the truth is the trend is hotter than ever. Tweak it in a way that...

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Granite Sale

»Posted by on Jun 30, 2013 in Granite Countertops Blog | 0 comments

Granite Sale

This summer we are please to announce the upgrade of our warehouse facility. Moving our entire granite inventory is quite expensive and expensive isn’t a word we like to pass onto our customers, which is why we are holding a blowout sale at our old warehouse facility! If you have been craving that Black Galaxy granite countertops or Baltic Brown, now is the time to indulge yourself. Everything is priced to go! Take advantage of our granite countertop blowout sale for short 2 month. Blowout...

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Kitchen Design Trends Of 2013

»Posted by on Jun 7, 2013 in Granite Countertops Blog, Kitchen Design | 0 comments

Kitchen Design Trends Of 2013

2013 is well under way and we have seen some big changes in the world of kitchen design. If you want to get involved with this trendy revolution and give your home an injection of up-to-date style, take a look at these top tips and developments provided by Kevin, BuyBuyKitchens dedicated writer on all things kitchen. Color Glossy whites have been the dominant force in kitchen color for the past few years. However, this is starting to change. Colors are slowly starting to creep back into the kitchen design scene, with greys and neutral blues, greens and yellows becoming staples of the modern kitchen. This brightens up the kitchen space, giving it a more positive feel without the overpowering, gaudy look of bright reds and oranges. Dresser Storage In the recent...

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Countertops….So Many Choices!

»Posted by on Feb 22, 2013 in Granite Countertops, Granite Countertops Blog, Granite Slabs | 0 comments

Countertops….So Many Choices!

There exists a myriad of different types of gorgeous countertops—looks, feels, and colors that can make a renovator’s mouth water.  Let’s take a look at a few, out of the many, and point out what you should know when comparing one choice with another. Stone: Granite is included in the “Stone” category and rates at the top for resistance to heat and cutting.  One does need to be careful, however, with unintended impacts since granite can chip and crack.   Newer granite should be sealed about once every ten years. Over 100 different color patterns are available; and not only does granite come produced as slabs, it is manufactured in tiled pieces, as well.   Granite is a natural rock and is harvested from...

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